DMH Spotlight - Rudy Vogel interprets Diana Mara Henry's image of Forbes Back

For two years in a row, in the early 1980's, Malcolm Forbes invited Diana Mara Henry to accompany his party to Normandy for a festival of ballooning at his caltle of Balleroy, and to celebrate D-Day by visits to the nearby beaches and cemeteries. On one of those trips, Marian Freylinghuisen invited the other Forbes guests and Malcolm, shown here, to her pied-à terre in Paris, at the very foot of the Eiffel Tower. The roof garden was so small that the bonne did not step up, only handing up the chanpagne to her boss. This piece, that Rudy Vogel entitles "I FELL FOR FORBES"  is copyright © 2008 Rudy Vogel and Diana Mara Henry. Please contact Rudy Vogel or Diana MAra Henry for permission to exhibit, publish or reproduce this work.


Published: June 27, 2008 The New York Times

FRELINGHUYSEN--Marian Kingsland , of Oldwick, NJ and West Stockbridge, MA, died peacefully at home on June 26. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lovett Kingsland, she was born in New York on July 20, 1916. She was the loving wife for over 45 years of the late Henry O. H. Frelinghuysen. She is survived by Henry W. SeherrThoss and his wife Elizabeth and George L. K. Frelinghuysen and his wife, Alice, of New York, and her eight grandchildren, Christopher, Alexandra, Virginia, Marian, Henry and Hans SeherrThoss, and Henry and Russell Frelinghuysen. Loved by her many friends, Marian was a caring and outgoing person, an avid bridge player and an inveterate traveler. A funeral service will be held on July 10 at 11am at the Lamington Presbyterian Church, 300 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lenox Library, Lenox, MA or to the Lamington Presbyterian Church.

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